, an IBM solution architect, and one of the authors of a new developerWorks article about IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) on Cloud, said he and his colleagues saw a growing interest in IBM cloud offerings in the past year. At the same time, the IBM BPM development team has been adding new capabilities to the IBM BPM on Cloud product.
, , and wanted to put together a document to share insights and “various considerations customers need to take into account when either building new or migrating existing process applications to the cloud,” Slava explains.
Top 5 things you need to know about IBM Business Process Manager on Cloud
“After the first few customers, who we helped to migrate to IBM BPM on Cloud, the value of such document for our potential and existing customers, as well as IBM BPM on Cloud practitioners, became apparent.”
That’s how Top 5 things you need to know about IBM BPM on Cloud came to be. The authors compiled their knowledge, focusing on patterns and advice for five areas: topology, security, administration and operations, application design, and application data and integration. They consulted with a team of 12 other IBM BPM on Cloud experts who reviewed their document. We published the article on developerWorks Middleware in April.
“The idea is to keep the content up-to-date, by covering latest functionality enabled in each cumulative update and sharing leading cloud practices from the field,” Slava says.
So, to get the latest info about moving your business process management solutions to IBM BPM on Cloud, check the tips and shared experience in Top 5 things you need to know about IBM BPM on Cloud. And as you begin to use IBM BPM on Cloud in your own environment, feel free to post your experiences, questions, and comments.